Flights to Indianapolis
Cheap Flights to Indianapolis
Travelling to Indianapolis for school or just looking for a fun weekend trip? You’ve found the right place. Head into the heart of the Hoosier State and enjoy tons of arts and cultural activities during the day and creative cocktails and live jazz at night in places like The Ball & Biscuit. Indy also has plenty of history. Besides being the home of sliced bread (first sold here in 1921) and one of the most famous racetracks in the world, Indianapolis is second only to Washington, D.C. in its number of monuments and memorials. If you’re just looking to let loose and enjoy yourself for a weekend, though, Indianapolis is happy to accommodate. Hit up a local farmer’s market for fresh and in-season food and produce or head to a bar downtown for a late-night party. Whatever you’re looking for, you can find here in Circle City. And with our cheap flights to Indianapolis, your next lap around the racetrack is closer than ever.
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Pittsburgh Airport: Flying into Indianapolis? You’ll probably be landing in the Indianapolis International Airport (IND), ranked one of the best in the country. With so many awards under its belt, you might not even want to leave. But when you’re ready to stop exploring the Indianapolis airport and start exploring Circle City, it’s easy to get downtown. The IndyGo Bus Route 8 will take you downtown for only $1.75. If you’re in a hurry, cut your time in half with the GO Express Downtown Shuttle. Reserve your seat online ahead of time for $12. Both buses leave from the Ground Transportation Center at the airport.
Indianapolis Hotels Stay right in the heart of downtown in the Hilton Garden Inn and be within walking distance of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the Indianapolis City Market and dozens of restaurants. The Hampton Inn is another great hotel downtown. It's within walking distance of many the Indianapolis must-see’s and close to lots of food and drinks—including the popular 247 SkyBar, a multi-floor nightclub with several DJs and dance floors as well as drink specials and karaoke. Looking for a good budget option? Check out the Quality Inns in Indianapolis—there are several in various neighborhoods just outside of town, so you’ll be able to find a cheap hotel no matter what you’d like to be close to. You’ll save a bunch and they even offer complimentary breakfast! Priorities.
What to Do in Indianapolis Wondering what things there are to do in Indianapolis? There’s no shortage of must-sees here in Indy! Need a great view of the city to map out your walking route? Trek up the 32 flights of stairs inside the Soldiers and Sailors Monument for 360° views of downtown Indianapolis. Take a stroll along the downtown canal walkway. Get cultured at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, one of the largest in the country ($18, but free on Thursday evenings) or enjoy a night out at the Indiana Repertory Theater. Rent bikes or kayaks at Eagle Creek Park, a 4,000+ acre park, and spend an afternoon soaking in the sun without leaving the city. Explore a variety of Indianapolis’ cultural districts downtown along the Cultural Trail—or skip straight to Mass Ave. It’s filled with theaters, art galleries, restaurants and shopping, so you pick up some cool souvenirs while also stuffing yourself with all of the best snacks in Indy! Looking to hang with the locals? Check out IndyHub, an online directory for local hangouts and pop-up events.
Where to Eat in Indianapolis : Race cars need to make pit stops to refuel, and so do you. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of good options in Indianapolis! Hit up the Indy City Market, an indoor venue filled with dozens of locally-owned eateries and food booths. Whether you’re craving pizza or popcorn, crepes or curry, the Indy City Market has got you covered. While you’re there, check out the Original Farmer’s Market outside, open Wednesdays from May through October. Head to the Tappers Arcade Bar, Indy’s first retro arcade bar, for drinks and free classic arcade games. Looking for a more sophisticated evening? Relax at the Rooftop Garden Cocktail Lounge in Fountain Square. With a view of the downtown skyline and a full menu of food and drinks, what better way is there to spend an evening after a long day of exploring?